Sneak peek into Katrina’s diet for ‘Dhoom3’

She mesmerized us with her stunts in ‘Ek tha Tiger’. Action queen Katrina Kaif is again all set to deliver another daredevil act in ‘Dhoom 3’.

YRF’s Dhoom franchise boasts about actresses who have been slimmer and fitter. Esha Deol, Bipasha Basu, everyone had to cut down on their flab to have a perfect toned body. Katrina too is working hard to get into perfect shape for her role. Not only her work out. Katrina is also taking care of her diet too.  

A source close to the star revealed, “Katrina is not only concentrating on her fitness regime but also on her diet. The actress is undergoing training in mixed martial art, parkour and more. The best thing is that Katrina is not a fussy eater.”

Let’s have a sneak peek into her diet for ‘Dhoom 3’ .Her diet chart is said to be prepared by a noted dietician in Mumbai.

Breakfast: brown bread with peanut, one glass low fat milk, two boiled eggs white portion only and pancakes when she is travelling.

Lunch: Green salad and brown rice grilled fish. Low oil with very less fat.

Snacks: fruits and digestive biscuits.

Dinner: Katrina doesn’t have any set menu for that, but she avoids overeating and prefers not to take starchy food.  

Well all that fuss brings forth our attention to the previous Dhoom girl, Aishwarya Rai. Katrina’s performance and looks are bound to be compared with her. Let’s also have a look into diet that Aishwarya undertook for ‘Dhoom 2’.

Breakfast: one slice whole grain bread. Steamed vegetables and fruits and roasted fish.

Lunch: One bowl vegetables, 100 gms fish or lean meat, one roti.

Snack: One glass protein shake and fruits.

Dinner: One bowl of mixed vegetables and chicken soup. Fruits and a handful of nuts.

Katrina’s personal trainer Yasmin Karachiwala has designed a new training plan for her especially for ‘Dhoom 3’. Yasmin says that Katrina needs to get flexible and lean. So she has changed her workout routine. She is doing lots of pilates to open up her muscles and increase flexibility, apart from a combination of functional training and TRX to develop core strength. Yasmin also said, “She doesn't need to look thin, but lean.” To increase her stamina and agility she is undertaking two hours of strenuous exercise daily to strengthen her core muscles.